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Case Study: Using a Systems
Design Model to Bring Clean
Drinking Water to Rural and
Slum Communities in India
Sarah Tranum...
600,000 children
die EVERY YEAR from
diarrhea or pneumonia
fromunclean water
Reference: UNICEF Handbook on Water Quality, ...
Image Credit: (clockwise) Eureka Forbes AquaSure Water Purifiers; Mebelkart.com; Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. Zero B
Examples...
FIT
SCALE
SUSTAINABILITY
Affordable?
FIT
with
REALITIES and
OPPORTUNITIES?
Image Credit: Vestergaard LifeStraw
Modelled to
reach SCALE?
Little or
NO local
economic
impact
FAIR
labour
practices?
product
payment
Sustainable?
cultural
environmental
financial
social
Solution Ecosystem
product/
service
local
production
local
distribution
education/
training
participatory
design
broader
u...
CleanCube
Pilot Community
South Goa
Connecting
health, water,
sanitation,
hygiene, &
economics
& WATER
interconnected
WOMEN
& WASTE
interconnected
WATER
WATER
storage is KEY
Especially
Drinking
WATER
INTUITIVE
Practices
Sustainable
cultural
environmental
social
financial
robust
solution
CleanCube
PROCESS
CleanCube
prototype
local
production
local
distribution
education/
training
participatory
design
broader
understanding
long-term
adoption
comm...
CO-DESIGNING
with the community
Option 2Option 1
Pick-UpDrop-Off
Manure
InorganicOrganic
vRecycle
Landfill
Recyclable
Materials
Seperated
IMAGINING
the ne...
EXPERIENCING
the power of cooperation
CREATING
a shared message
MEMBER
Zuarinagar Evergreen
Association
CATALYST for
community action
PROVEN
Models
SELF HELP
Groups (SHGs)
SMALL batch
PRODUCTION
HEALTH & PRODUCTION
TRAINING
SKILLS
DEVELOPMENT
WORKING
TOGETHER
QUALITY
CONTROL
TIME &
EFFICIENCY
A woman in production earns
Rs 4000 for 40 hours/month,
a contrbution of 30-40% to
her household income
= 1L of clean water = Rs 1
or about $0.02 CAD
= 1 week of clean water
for family of five
= Rs 50 or about $1 CAD
SHORT & LONG
TERM IMPACT
INTERSECTION of the
SACRED & MUNDANE
COMMUNITY-BASED
EDUCATION
storytelling,
science, magic,
music &
dance
a powerful
medium
tuned into
local
realities
cut through the
media noise
ALTERNATIVE
DISTRIBUTION MODEL
IN HOME
AMBASSADOR
KIT
CHILDREN’S
ACTIVITY BOOK
Scalable
Image Credit: Amazon.com
Thinking
SMALL to
SCALE BIG
HOLISTIC
approach
FIT
a solution
reflecting
local
REALITIES
an approach
to other BIG
CHALLENGES
local
production
local
distribution
education/
training
participatory
design
broader
understanding
long-term
adoption
comm...
NEXT STEPS
continued testing
prototyping
replicating
preparing for market
CleanCube
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India
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  1. 1. Case Study: Using a Systems Design Model to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Rural and Slum Communities in India Sarah Tranum, OCAD University/TrickleUp Design Inc. Toronto, Canada Relating Systems Thinking and Design Symposium (RSD5) October 15, 2016
  2. 2. 600,000 children die EVERY YEAR from diarrhea or pneumonia fromunclean water Reference: UNICEF Handbook on Water Quality, 2008
  3. 3. Image Credit: (clockwise) Eureka Forbes AquaSure Water Purifiers; Mebelkart.com; Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. Zero B Examples of water cleaning solutions available
  4. 4. FIT SCALE SUSTAINABILITY
  5. 5. Affordable?
  6. 6. FIT with REALITIES and OPPORTUNITIES?
  7. 7. Image Credit: Vestergaard LifeStraw Modelled to reach SCALE?
  8. 8. Little or NO local economic impact FAIR labour practices? product payment
  9. 9. Sustainable? cultural environmental financial social
  10. 10. Solution Ecosystem product/ service local production local distribution education/ training participatory design broader understanding long-term adoption community ownership/ responsibility systemic change scalable self- sustaining
  11. 11. CleanCube
  12. 12. Pilot Community South Goa
  13. 13. Connecting health, water, sanitation, hygiene, & economics
  14. 14. & WATER interconnected WOMEN
  15. 15. & WASTE interconnected WATER
  16. 16. WATER storage is KEY
  17. 17. Especially Drinking WATER
  18. 18. INTUITIVE Practices
  19. 19. Sustainable cultural environmental social financial robust solution
  20. 20. CleanCube PROCESS
  21. 21. CleanCube prototype
  22. 22. local production local distribution education/ training participatory design broader understanding long-term adoption community ownership/ responsibility systemic change scalable self- sustaining CleanCube Solution Ecosystem
  23. 23. CO-DESIGNING with the community
  24. 24. Option 2Option 1 Pick-UpDrop-Off Manure InorganicOrganic vRecycle Landfill Recyclable Materials Seperated IMAGINING the needed infrastructure
  25. 25. EXPERIENCING the power of cooperation
  26. 26. CREATING a shared message
  27. 27. MEMBER Zuarinagar Evergreen Association CATALYST for community action
  28. 28. PROVEN Models
  29. 29. SELF HELP Groups (SHGs)
  30. 30. SMALL batch PRODUCTION
  31. 31. HEALTH & PRODUCTION TRAINING
  32. 32. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  33. 33. WORKING TOGETHER
  34. 34. QUALITY CONTROL
  35. 35. TIME & EFFICIENCY
  36. 36. A woman in production earns Rs 4000 for 40 hours/month, a contrbution of 30-40% to her household income
  37. 37. = 1L of clean water = Rs 1 or about $0.02 CAD = 1 week of clean water for family of five = Rs 50 or about $1 CAD
  38. 38. SHORT & LONG TERM IMPACT
  39. 39. INTERSECTION of the SACRED & MUNDANE
  40. 40. COMMUNITY-BASED EDUCATION
  41. 41. storytelling, science, magic,
  42. 42. music & dance
  43. 43. a powerful medium tuned into local realities
  44. 44. cut through the media noise
  45. 45. ALTERNATIVE DISTRIBUTION MODEL
  46. 46. IN HOME AMBASSADOR KIT
  47. 47. CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY BOOK
  48. 48. Scalable
  49. 49. Image Credit: Amazon.com Thinking SMALL to SCALE BIG
  50. 50. HOLISTIC approach
  51. 51. FIT a solution reflecting local REALITIES
  52. 52. an approach to other BIG CHALLENGES
  53. 53. local production local distribution education/ training participatory design broader understanding long-term adoption community ownership/ responsibility systemic change scalable self- sustaining CleanCube Solution Ecosystem
  54. 54. NEXT STEPS continued testing prototyping replicating preparing for market
  55. 55. CleanCube

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